Movistar Yamaha unveils their 2018 YZR-M1 MotoGP challenger
After months of lull and boredom, finally we have some relief as Yamaha steps up to become the first manufacturer to showcase their challenger for the 2018 MotoGP season. At a gala event days prior to the first pre-season testing at Sepang, Yamaha hopes that their latest iteration of the YZR-M1 will eradicate the electronic woes that plagued their 2017 motorcycle.
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